Here are some videos from Connecticut:
I apologize for any shakiness and fingers.
The trifecta of design. Shoots, Climbs, and Dumps.
Their best in a few years.
Potentially worth 68 points plus whatever they can shoot in tele-op.
228 GUS and 2067 Apple Pi and their Rapid Cyclers.
195 CyberKnights, FCS, perspective from the other alliance as discs are filling the goal over their heads.
They won 109-31
Counting the discs after the win.
237 Black Magic and their end over end climb.
They eventually did it, just not in this match.
2168 Aluminum Falcons and Apple Pi.
Not their best matches, but they won 119-65
Also note 1991 Dragons Climbing for Red.
I know, Cyber Knights again, with the Falcons and 3464 Sim-City.
View from the field and then draining the 3’s from the Human Player station
Triple 10 point climb.
So, here they are:
Team 20, the Rocketeers, who eventually went undefeated and won the Regional with the CyberKnights and 95 The Grasshoppers.
You can compare this Robot to the videos from WPI. Their floor pickup is improved.
They had an autonomous fail, but you can see from the opening, that they are going for a 5 discs.
They go about their business very stealthily. Your watching the other Robots, the buzzer sounds, and your thinking: “Did the Rocketeers really score that many?”
Their closest match was a 3 point win over their eventual Regional Alliance partner, and new BFF, 195 CyberKnights. (Two years in a row winning Connecticut)
They are a wonderful and inspirational team that along with the CyberKnights will be contenders in their divisions in St. Louis.